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The end of one-size fits all food

The digital transformation of our food system has seen us switch from searching the supermarket shelves, and dining at our favourite restaurants, to procuring food through a screen. This digital revolution has made it easier to access food, but the added convenience is just the beginning in a digitised food system. Food innovation expert, Mike Lee explores how technologies like nutrigenomics, multispectral imaging, AI and plant breeding will see an end to ‘one-size fits all’ food and diets.

Food October 2022
2 Oct 2022
9 min read

Australian agritech has ‘arrived on world stage’

As the MC for evokeAG.’s second Investor Pitch Dinner, Tenacious Ventures’ Sarah Nolet remarked on how much things had changed since the previous evokeAG. in 2020 and its first Investor Pitch Dinner. Australian agritech has gone from aspiring to be a global player, Sarah says, to ‘fully established, proving to the world that we’ve arrived and we’re here to stay’. So where are Australia’s areas of global advantage, and what’s the key to maximising the future for the agrifood tech ecosystem?

Investment
2 Oct 2022
7 min read

Taking the road less travelled at Harvest Road

Owned by Andrew and Nicola Forrest, Harvest Road Group is part of Tattarang, one of Australia’s largest private investment groups. As a proud Western Australian end-to-end agrifood producer, the company is rewriting the script when it comes to animal welfare and environmental sustainability across its premium beef, aquaculture and horticulture businesses.

Farm
1 Oct 2022
7 min read
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2023 evokeAG. Startup Program applications now open

Applications for the AgriFutures evokeAG. 2023 Startup Program are now open to startups and scaleups who are interested in showcasing their products, solutions and technologies at Asia Pacific's premier agrifood tech event – evokeAG. Down to Earth to be held in Adelaide on 21-22 February 2023.

Investment
26 Sep 2022
3 min read

Latest news

New crop of Future Young Leaders selected for evokeAG. 2023

How can we make agriculture an accessible, inclusive, and exciting career option for anyone to consider? What’s the key for encouraging farmers to adopt new technologies or practice change on farm? And how can greater access to education and resources support the industry to become more sustainable and resilient?

Future
9 Sep 2022
4 min read

Enhancing Australia’s global advantage and driving agrifood tech innovation: A sneak peek at the evokeAG. 2023 program

In the lead up to evokeAG. 2023 – Down to Earth and the launch of the program, we’re giving you a sneak peek at some of the stellar line-up taking to the stage on 21-22 February 2023. To kick things off we asked evokeAG. 2023 speakers Stuart Austin, David Downs, Michelle Colgrave and Michael Macolino about their passion for agrifood innovation as well as Australia's (and South Australia's) global advantage and what will drive the greatest change in agrifood innovation.

Future
5 Sep 2022
7 min read

How a McDonald’s burger can become a foodies' “best meal”

When it comes to food the who, where, when and how are all just as important as the what – the food. This context can transform our experiences and transform a mundane burger into the ‘best meal ever’. But in a post COVID-19 world, digital technologies are challenging how we engage and experience food. Globally renowned food innovation expert, Mike Lee explores the rise of the digital food revolution and how the food industry can double down to create memorable, real-life food experiences.

Food
5 Sep 2022
8 min read

Whole Green Foods’ $2m bridging round geared to tackle global food waste

Specialising in nutrient extraction technology to convert food waste into useable ingredients, has paid off for Whole Green Foods. The Western Australian startup is now raising a $2 million bridging round, closing 31 August 2022, with processing expansion plans and heavyweight partnerships on the horizon, such as Simplot and Ferrero – set to catapult success.

Food
2 Aug 2022
5 min read